Radio Conversations Concerning Violence: Volume 6, Part I


This compilation of weekly radio shows offers a highly accessible introduction to Violence in the human world and the way we interface with non-human beings and the natural world.
If you are a creative thinker, artist, designer, philosopher, or reflective person interested in the historical and theoretical understanding of the self, you will surely enjoy the casual and straightforward style of these shows. These explorations—including presentation and dialogue—are informative, valuable, and useful to anyone who is interested in an ontological alternative to the humanist self of the Western Enlightenment.
Through discourses in the science of evolution, evolutionary psychology, topology, game theory, psychoanalysis, phenomenology, critical theory, history, permaculture, the science of interior design, architecture, environmental planning, urban development, and other discourses, we articulate some of the considerations involved in trans-humanist non-violent transformations of our human anthropology.